The Hawthorne Effect

It wasn’t terribly long ago that I noticed that the Avondale and the Hawthorne were the same house, with a lone difference: The attic/second floor on the Hawthorne was enlarged, to create livable space. From what I’ve seen out in the world, the Avondale...

The Sherman Triplets

Several years ago, dear friend and co-author Dale Wolicki gave me and Rebecca Hunter a first-class tour of Bay City, Michigan. One of the homes he pointed out to us was “The Sherman,” a kit home built on one of the many tree-lined streets of this historic...

Webster Groves: Part V

To read Webster Groves, Part I, click here. Part II is here. And Part III can be found here. Lastly, here’s Part IV. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * To read Webster Groves, Part I, click here. Part II is here. And Part III can be found here. Lastly, here’s...